Women: A Century of Change is an online event, using footage from NI Screen’s Digital Film Archive, will explore women’s changing role over the last 100 years.
It will celebrate women’s role as community leaders, decision makers and champions of peace. The event will provide an opportunity for learning and discussion among participants and act as inspiration for others to take an active role as peace makers in their local communities
This online discussion will be followed by a Question-and-Answer session and facilitated discussions.
‘How They See use’ is a project which investigates how people from different backgrounds navigate their lives.
The project explores how people believe society sees them as an individual, and what labels and stereotypes have been placed upon them based on how they look, their race, their ethnicity of where they are “from”.
We have interviewed five amazing individuals from different cultural backgrounds, who shared their experiences of what it is like being a person of colour in NI and what their experiences have been like growing up here.
We talked about the struggles of navigating identity, representation, grief, belonging, race, discrimination and self-love & acceptance.
For this online event, we will have a panel discussion with a few of the people that took part in the project.
A Talk on Boomhall, a Georgian Villa, Stables, Walled Garden and Landscape Parkland occupied in the past by Major Merchant Families engaged in the Emigration and Goods Trades with North America, Caribbean and the Baltic, as well as being major players in administration of India and South Africa.
Extern Positive Learning participants shared their journey through the Extern positive learning, a shared learning space which engages Service users in Good Relations dialogue through there time here.
This is Kim’s story.
RCN’s Chair John Waddell and Director Kate Clifford commended the Community Relations Council for its support to RCN and the peace process over the last 30 years as part of Good Relations Week 2020.
Multi-Ethnic Sports and Cultures NI (MSCNI) presented an online Interview session with BME Youths on their journey in Northern Ireland.
As part of Good Relations Week, we have been exploring the life of Richard Hayward. You can find out more in this 1½ hour talk recorded at PRONI in October 2014 where former BBC journalist and author Paul Clements outlines the life and work of the celebrated writer, actor and singer who died in 1964.
Online interview with Claire Hackett, Falls Community Council; Glen Bradley, Northern Ireland Business & Human Rights Forum and Sean Murray, Clonard Residents Association on their experiences of cross community engagement and community outreach.
Reaching Out will explore the concept and value of cross community engagement and outreach through the eyes of community practitioners. They discuss what impact decades of outreach has had on them personally and in relation to their own political, cultural and Social backgrounds.
The Hindu Association Derry~Londonderry presents a series of pre-recorded interviews with people from the Indian community and their experiences of relocating to Derry ~ Londonderry. These interviews consist of people of all ages how they felt about integrating into the local community and how they celebrate their culture.
Lord Patten of Barnes’ speech earlier this year in Belfast City Hall to mark the 20th anniversary of the Equality Commission and the NI Human Rights Commission touched on his memories of Dr Ian Paisley when he first came to Northern Ireland, and talks about the reform of policing and Northern Ireland’s changing society.
Content filmed and edited by Alan Meban